Honeywell V4043H 22mm 2 Port Motorised Zone Valve
The Honeywell 22mm motorised 2 port zone valve has been designed to control the flow of water in iron and copper pipe systems, The V4043H can be used in a wide range of flow control applications, although specifically designed for small bore central heating systems, the valve can be used in commercial and industrial applications. The V4043H is a normally closed model, which have end switches for electrical control of pump and/or boiler.
- Motor open
- Spring return action
- Manual lever for filling & draining the system
- Powerhead replaceable without draining down
- Potential free end switch for electrical control of pump and/or boiler
- Quiet operation, minimal power consumption
|Ambient Temperature||5 to 50˚C|
|Floor temperature range||5 to 88˚C|
|Product Type||Zone Valve|
Ratings based on data collected by third party reviewing platform.
16 February 2020 08:00
Genuine part as advertised
5 February 2020 19:17
It was what I wanted
29 January 2020 09:48
Genuine valve, I didn't want to mess about with cheaper copies. Much cheaper than Screwfix.
28 January 2020 09:54
Does exactly what you expect from a Honeywell device.
25 January 2020 08:03
great price quick delivery
15 January 2020 06:17
Does exactly what there meant to do
26 November 2019 09:54
JUST A ZONE VALVE I KNEW WHAT I WAS GETTING
ELEMENT SHOP WERE GREAT(THURSDAY) BUT DPD WERE DISMAL I STOPPED IN ALL DAY FOR THEM NOT TO TURN UP(FRIDAY) I THEN IN DESPERATION HAD THE PARCEL RE-DIRECTED TO A PICK UP POINT WHICH WAS OK BUT DIDNT TURN UP AS STATED(FRIDAY.) I THEN HAD TO GO TO THE DEPOT TO PICK UP THE PACKAGE AS THEY WERE NOT GOING TO DELIVER UNTIL SOMTIME MONDAY.( I.T. FAULT I WAS TOLD) BEARING IN MIND THAT MY CLIENT HAD NO HEATING. USE SOMEONE ELSE
20 October 2019 21:06
The right product at the right price..
John Huskisson, Wolverhampton
20 October 2019 09:10
Genuine Honeywell product not a cheap copy
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